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Palm gains with thin volumes as traders await new leads JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Thursday, with prices range-bound as many traders sat on their hands as they awaited fresh impetus and direction in a lacklustre market with thin volumes."The market has hardly moved - just a few points," said a trader with a foreign commodities brokerage in Kuala Lumpur. "There needs to be a driver for the market to go outside 10 points."By day's close, the benchmark June contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives was up 0.65 percent at 2,168 ringgit ($591) a tonne. Prices continue to trade near two-week lows and earlier touched 2,150 ringgit.Total traded volume stood at 26,167 lots of 25 tonnes, well below the average 35,000 lots.Technical charts show palm oil is poised to break support at 2,146 ringgit per tonne and drop further to 2,106 ringgit, Reuters market analyst Wang Tao said."The market is holding," said a second trader with a foreign commodities ...

TOCOM rebounds after 4-day losing streak on short-covering TOKYO: Benchmark Tokyo rubber futures rose on Thursday, snapping a four-session losing streak and recovering from a three-week low hit in the prior session, as an overnight rebound in oil prices prompted short-covering, dealers said.The Tokyo Commodity Exchange rubber contract for September delivery closed 0.7 yen, or 0.3 percent, higher at 205.6 yen ($2) per kg."Higher oil prices led to a flurry of buys in early trade," said Jiong Gu, analyst at Yutaka Shoji Co.Both ...
Palm trades positive in thin volume, fresh drivers awaited JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Thursday, with prices range-bound as many traders sat on their hands as they awaited fresh impetus and direction in a lacklustre market with thin volumes."The market has hardly moved -- just a few points," said a trader with a foreign commodities brokerage in Kuala Lumpur. "There needs to be a driver for the market to go outside 10 points."By the midday break, the benchmark June contract on Bursa ...
Gold holds gains as market braces for weak US jobs data SINGAPORE: Gold hovered above $1,200 an ounce on Thursday, clinging to gains from the prior session when it rose the most in two months, after weak U.S. private jobs data suggested that a more comprehensive employment report could disappoint.Indications that the U.S. economy slowed significantly in the first quarter are boding well for safe-haven assets such as gold which is trading not far off a three-week high reached last week.U.S. private employers added the smallest ...
Corn set for biggest weekly loss in 2 months on ample supply SINGAPORE: U.S. corn futures fell on Thursday and were on track for the biggest weekly loss in two months, as ample supplies and expectations of high spring planting dragged on prices.Soybeans edged down, but prices are up this week on outlook for lower U.S. planting. Wheat has risen more than 3 percent this week as adverse weather threatens the U.S. winter crop."There is short covering in the soybean market but corn continues to remain under ...
TOCOM falls for 4th session on weak oil, China worries TOKYO: Benchmark Tokyo rubber futures fell for a fourth straight session to a fresh 3-week low on Wednesday as plunging oil prices and nagging concerns about slack demand in top consumer China weighed on investor sentiment, dealers said.The Tokyo Commodity Exchange rubber contract for September delivery closed 1.0 yen, or 0.5 percent, lower at 204.9 yen ($2) per kg. It fell to as low as 203.9 yen on Wednesday, close to an intra-day low 203.5 ...
Soybeans rise to 1-week high, corn recovers after selloff SINGAPORE: US soybean futures rose for a third consecutive session on Wednesday to a one-week high after a US Department of Agriculture (USDA) forecast of smaller-than-expected plantings in the United States this year.Corn rose on expectations of a rise in demand after prices tumbled in the previous session on pressure from the same USDA forecast, which also put corn plantings and inventories above traders' estimates.Chicago Board of Trade May soybeans rose 0.5 percent to $9.78-1/4 ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyMarch
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyApril 30, 2015
Reserves $17.717 bln